Will Amaferm Help with Ulcers?

Does your horse spook, bolt, rear, buck or kick while riding? Is your horse “girthy”? Is your horse nervous or does it worry? Does your horse have a hard time holding weight? Is it a picky eater? Does it have a dull coat? Has your horse just experienced a recent trauma in their life? Have they been recently […]

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What’s the difference between prebiotics and probiotics?

Researchers and veterinarians believe a healthy gut reduces gas and/or colic, improves digestion and absorption of nutrients, benefits the immune system, protects the horse against infection (e.g., by diarrhea-causing organisms such as Salmonella or Clostridium), and minimizes the occurrence of laminitis. Something occurs almost daily that can shift the microbial population in the gut of […]

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Does Hay Really Matter?

Hay is the most important part of the horse’s diet. Typically it should be at least 50% of the entire diet. Hay is the best source of energy, protein, vitamins, minerals and, most importantly, the fiber that is necessary for normal gut function in the horse. With hay being such an important part of the […]

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The Difference Sure Champ Makes

We always love to hear the impact that Amaferm has made in the lives of your animals. Nicole Richardson sent us a message with high praise for Sure Champ Horse. “Recently, I had a friend that had a rough experience with a trainer. The horse was a really nice horse, but when he came back from […]

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